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Bristol Uniforms new Collaborative Procurement Framework PPE

by Marcus
Bristol Uniforms new Collaborative Procurement Framework PPE


The Emergency Services Show at NEC this September will see global leaders Bristol Uniforms new Collaborative Procurement Framework PPE range unveiled.

The new Framework, led by Kent FRS, is accessible to all Local Authority Fire and Rescue Services (FRSs) across the UK, providing access to high quality PPE and saving FRSs considerable time and resources by simplifying and streamlining the procurement process. Bristol Uniforms was selected as the preferred supplier following a rigorous tender process undertaken over a two year period, which included technical assessments, cost negotiations and practical user trials.

Bristol Uniforms will be unveiling the new designs and selected garments, including its cutting-edge next generation XFlex kit, Layered Jackets, Rescue Jacket and USAR ensemble – all of which combine innovative and ergonomic designs with the use of high-performance fabrics and fibres, to offer maximum comfort, manoeuvrability and protection.

Also on its stand this year will be a broad range of PPE solutions designed to meet specific needs, such as Air Ambulance coveralls, Ambulance apparel for Hazardous Area Response Teams (HART), Public Order Crowd Control (POCC) PPE, a range of high visibility and wet weather clothing, and its specialist Urban Search and Rescue (USAR) range.

In addition, Bristol’s specialist staff will be on hand to discuss the cleaning and maintenance of PPE, which is available to customers via its two dedicated in-house Service Centres in London and Bristol. Bristol works closely with leading international fibre and fabric manufacturers including WL Gore, PBI Performance Products and DuPont to develop innovative and progressive garments offering maximum safety, flexibility and comfort.

To find out more, visit them at stand A70 or online at www.bristoluniforms.com

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